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Paris Hilton Is "The First One" To Own A Hybrid

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Did you know that Paris Hilton has the first hybrid EVER?!!! Because we sure didn’t.

Recently, when the paparazzi asked Hilton about her new hybrid Yukon SUV, Paris said that “everyone” should buy a hybrid because they’re “awesome!” Clearly, the hotel heiress is extremely educated on the subject of sustainability and thus wildly well-spoken, but then — between her two and three syllable quips — Paris declared that she had “the first one” .

Hold up!

Maybe what Mrs. Hilton meant was that she got the dealership’s first Yukon. Or maybe she meant that she was the first one in her “social group” to get a hybrid. Or possibly she was bragging that out of her and her twenty thousand dogs, she was the first to drive green. But surely…SURELY she couldn’t have meant that she was the first hybrid owner EVER! Or could she have? Watch the video below and judge for yourself. Ah there’s nothing like Paris in springtime.

[UPDATE] According to ABG, General Motors has no idea what Paris is talking about either.

via: autobloggreen.com

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